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##### Re: Defining the word "opposite"
« Reply #24 on: February 27, 2009, 12:51:33 pm »
outlawstc:
read Steve Meyers  hydroxyl filling station patent (again?), your illustration of phases from different inductors remind me of his patent.

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« Reply #25 on: February 27, 2009, 13:17:06 pm »
Since both Meyer and Bearden talk about tapping ZPE / vacuum, both must be considered. Maybe bearden does explain a big deal that fills the abstract knowledge gap of stan.
You do have made the correct connection.

Net zero vector E-field: in the max. stresszone of the WFC, which is in the middle, vectors of B+ and B- create a _net_ E force vector of zero,
Stan shows many ways of keeping B+ and B- balanced and in phase, like referencing both to 0v trough the amp inhibitor circuit and making the second
choke tunable to match the first choke  (fig. 8-10), so the stress zone is always net zero vector.
Suggestion based on limited knowledge: Maybe the pulsing huge stress zone pulls in negative energy from the vacuum through the water atoms.

a moving charge in an E-field generates EM waves, Stan mentions this in the classroom video, and on the  fig. on page 10-10 (signal 917)
should we consider these generated EM waves?

just watch out you don't rip spacetime  open too far, or you'll be sucked in, into limbo, or a wormhole .

(if you haven't got the  bearden book but want it, you can download it)

An artificial potential is deterministically patterned spacetime stress, made by opposing E-fields and/or B-fields so that they sum to vector zeros in a special pattern.

The resulting zero-summed envelope has no EM force field, to an external observer/detector.

edit:
remember from eftv7, how negative energy creates a charge on the battery, which charges the battery over tme without anything conncted.
Maybe when oscillating the water molecule, this same energy enters (the precursor of E potential) and creates a similar charge on the molecule (making it charge neutral, releasing the covalent electrons bcause no need for the charge, blablabla).
dunno, give it a thought.
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« Reply #26 on: February 27, 2009, 13:24:08 pm »
i'm listening...i just remember how you were gung-ho about the scalar waves......and now the non waves.......and tomorrow the radiant energy waves....
They all seem to correlate if you give it a thought.

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« Reply #27 on: February 27, 2009, 16:43:50 pm »
i'm listening...i just remember how you were gung-ho about the scalar waves......and now the non waves.......and tomorrow the radiant energy waves....
They all seem to correlate if you give it a thought.

seriously .... simple as that ...

Thx Alan for your very logical input ...

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« Reply #28 on: February 27, 2009, 17:40:09 pm »
notice that stans negatice copper choke is labeled tuned.. in the vic sync pulse..
he made them to where they are allways equal in potential.. not worrying about contaminats since you recieve both pulses in equal magnatude it is no longer a variable.for resticting current. . some reason i think. the copper on chokes isnt conectoed to any thing on the cell side.. just capacitance space for unlike charges.. either the stainless is all thats connected or the stainless and copper are and there hooked in same fashion.. still dont know but that will be easy to find out with experimenting.

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« Reply #29 on: February 27, 2009, 20:00:49 pm »
ughhh.....i'll let you guys do your thing.....i just feel i have a different view point on it all.....i don't think there is a vic switch over circuit in use here......in the steam resonator yes......but not the actual fracturing process......

i would like to go on note that i stated this here and now.

but who knows you may have figured something completely new out........so either way it's progress.

and plus i don't even mess with the alternator area........

goodluck.

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« Reply #30 on: February 27, 2009, 20:41:19 pm »
my theory is,
you will find out the vic will not produce alot if it just hooked to the cell receiving the gated pulse... it needs switching logic to pulse lets say 2000volts in this sequence
+B2000v/-B0v----------------+B2000v/-B2000v------------------+B0v/-B2000v----------------repeat
this repetitive sequence will give the water dynamic voltage  by means of aligning the bipolar water and oscillating cause kinetic energy.. then with the single both polarty pulse to allow static state space.. two different forces  study the visual wave guide i drew.. study the way its hooked to the 2 seperate cells

cheers
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« Reply #31 on: February 27, 2009, 21:01:55 pm »
my theory is,
you will find out the vic will not produce alot if it just hooked to the cell receiving the gated pulse... it needs switching logic to pulse lets say 2000volts in this sequence
+B2000v/-B0v----------------+B2000v/-B2000v------------------+B0v/-B2000v----------------repeat
this repetitive sequence will give the water dynamic voltage  by means of aligning the bipolar water and oscillating cause kinetic energy.. then with the single both polarty pulse to allow static state space.. two different forces  study the visual wave guide i drew.. study the way its hooked to the 2 seperate cells

cheers
outlawstc

I was thinking more along the lines

+B2000v/-B0v----------------+B2000v/-B2000v------------------+B2000v/-B0v----------------+B2000v/-B2000v------------------repeat